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r s i : . - The Monroe Gazette PCBUSHtU BStK\ fRU'O J . B. G r b g o r y , Publisher and Proprietor. G e o r g e A. W e s t , Associate Business Manager. Entered as second class matter January 31.1912. at tlte post offlee at Monroe. N. r.. under tbe Act Of Congress of MarcU 3.1879. M o n r o e , N. Y., D pc . ' 27 . ’12 ALVAH C. SMITH. lortherly nrop, and I the road New County Highway to be Built. In the Board of Supervisors or Thursday, Supervisor Eiwood C. Smith of Monroe, intoduced a resolu­ tion, providing for the modification of a county road, by eliminating portion of the county highway n designated for future improvement, commencing at the un-incorporated village of Southfields and running northwesterly to the town line of Tuxedo, dividing the towns of Tuxedo and Monroe, and thence northf easterly through corporated villa: substituting just describt cing at the village running thence to the town line of Monroe, dividing the towns of Bloom­ ing Grove and Monroe and thence northerly and northeasterly through Blooming Grove to the village of Washingtonville, a total length six miles. This resolution had been submitted to the Good Roads Com­ mittee, and when introduced its adop­ tion was recommended by that com­ mittee. The resolution was adopted, and a formal resolution providing for the improvement of the road substi­ tuted was then adopted and the clerk directed to send a copy thereof to the State Commission of Highways. - __ ------ ! Aivah C. Ism.th, a memocr uf the he is to retire as an , I firm of Smith Brothers, furniture | dealers and undertakers, and one of zo in z to' Towanda’s best known and most Pr°- ,,^tire,’' said-he. “ I'll finish this | minent business men, died yesterday ^^en 20 weeks of ‘ Broadway ' afternoon at 4 o’clock at his home jg„gg»’npxt season, and that is posi- on York avenue after a brief illness ^he stage, with acute indigestion followed by pjayg ^nd an attack of neuralgia of the heart ^rite more, but no more acting, which ended his life. The announce- raise my family. What ment of his death came as a distinct j every- shock to his friend.s, many of -whom ‘ ^jje stage from circus per- did not even know that he was ill. , farmer to a musical comedy singer Mr. Smith’s illness dates back bo | j started last Friday. That day he in - ^oy violinist at | Binghamton on business in connection | almost with the purchase of a trackle.ss trol -1 gp^^t ley car, which he wa.s to have put in i service today or tomorrow. On his way home he stopped in one Actor Cohan to Retire. ;George C. Gafabraiit' p river towns night he was taken ill, believed he was .sufferii lunch. Fri- the stage than of the actors. father and mother The New Racing Circuit, The great race meetings at Mon­ roe and Goshen, the past three years, have proved such grand successes, that the other associations this state have come to the elusion, that, they had better get real busy this comir circuit which was formed days ago in New York anl ncludea Parkway Bro Hohokus, Monroe. Goshen, Troy, Kingston, Orangeburg, Flemingtun, and Trenton, with Secretary Barton of the Monroe track of the circuit, looks to every horseman it ptomaine poisoning which ed to the lunch. Dr. C, Manville Pratt attended Mr. Smith, and he impioved con­ siderably and had fnearly recovered, when he was attacked with indiges­ tion. Thi.s he %vas treat»d for, and sufRcientiy recovered to come down town a number of times during the oast few days. Yesterday he be­ came worse, and in the afternoon Dr. Pratt was called again and found Mr. Smith still suffering with acute indigestion. Dr. Pratt remained with the suffer pjntil medicine brought relief and then returned to his home. ____ few minutes after the doctor had left that the fatal attack occur- ed, Mr. Smith passing away before his wife and daughter realized that the end was near. Dr, Pratt state.‘- that neuralgia of the heart is what caused death. Aivah C. Smith was born in Wy- sox township on January 19, 184,9, the son of John B. and Lucinda Hor­ ton Smith, well known and highly r'garded people. He was educated in the common schools and the Sus­ quehanna College Institute at To- wanda, and after attaining his ma- jjrity engaged in farming and dairy­ ing in North Towanda township, be­ ing very successful. In 1888 he became a member o ' the firm of Smith Brothers and Tur­ ner, furniture dealers and undertak ers in Towtinda, and a year late, moved into the borough, where has resided ever since. | He gave his entire time to the furniture and undertaking busines.s, and the Towanda Casket Company, which i.s a part of the Smith Bro*h er.s e.stahlishment. Much of his time ipent on the road n the intere.st of his firm, and he travel lei all through the East, making a wide acquaintance and hosts of friends. He was energetic, straightforward and alert, and never let pass an op- id word for ance of their lives home near Monroe, Orange county. “ Of course I’ll continue as a member of the firm of Cohan & Har- managing and pioducing, but at not going to do a whole lot of the active work. When the spirit moves me 1 may write a play ledy, but that will be retire with me and spetii ptr cent! country Wheelwright and i General Jobbing Shop On Lake Street, Formerly conducted by Wm. I. Gaunt, Where you will find me ready to to do all kinds of Wagon Eepairing at reasonable prices for Cash and cash only. THE LOCAL DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL Highland Mills. Cromwell is thinking and in a George purchasing an Aico truck ig, and in such an event will do away with his horses. George W. Green is still confined to his residence with an attack of rheumatism, from which he has been luffering for the past month. Brooks & Tannery now have one hundred head of cattle in their stock yards at Highland Mills. Mr. Tan­ nery is in the western part of the state purchasing two more carloads. Fred Florance, manager of the Highland Telephone Company, has been on the .sick list for the month, suffered last, which his many gret to learn. Eiwood C. Smith, Lawyer, Monroe-Wed. and Sat. 8:30 to 4:00: daily after 7 p. m. at resi­ dence. Newburgh -Mon., Tues Thur., and Fri. 8:30- 3:30. phones. * Dr. G. W. Morris, Dentist (Dr. Long office) Harriman, N.Y. Telephone connections elap-se on Thursday ny friends will re- Fred J . Knight Civil E n g i n e e r and Surveyor. Peter H. Bu»h Associate. Of­ fice over the Erie Station, Mon­ roe, N. y . At the annual meeting'of Schun- 376, held on Fri- nemunk Lodge, N ning, the following ■eted for the en.suii g Dr H . L. Cox Graduate (licensed) Veterinarian. Oifice and residence Main Street, Monroe, N. Y. Telephone and calls will receive prompt Fred Florance: V. C., portunily to Towanda. H public .spirited, lling to help the home life unfortunate, ideal, and it is there that he will be During the pa.st few weeks he had been promoting a tr.ackU-ss tmlle; miet, f-ir there he was known I the pre.side) mighty cln.s! fery horseman in this section the country. With good sized purses, which will all call fur, it will j^bring highest class of race horses out next year to Monroe and Goshen. The Kentucky Stock Record, last week has this to say about situation in this state. The ten­ dency of the revival of the racing in New York State seems to be in the direction of the half-mile track and from their activity it is evident that the Grand Circuit will have to hustle for talent. So great ha.s been the succe-s uf the meetings at Goshen and Monroe t jat it is infectucus and the spirit of the sport has been caught by the managers of tracks in the vicinity in spite of the drastic anti betting law.s which hold their place on the .statute ’ purt book.s. ! Bin) Before .Secretary We-ton wi-nt in­ to winter quarter.s at Na-hvilb-, and The ear would have re.ieheJ Towanda Barton in New York, they .said that' last evi-ning. and the service would they would give three days meeting . have been inaugurated t> but that there would be ten races in -' morrow at the luti stead of nine at Goshen and that the hand of death interfered, purses \v->uld be as large as th-oe of Wilson, atorneys for M thi.s year. fidlowing the announcement of his So you see that there IS s-ime death,interci-ptc-i the car at Nichols, great horse racing to be .seen at and the driv.-r returned with the Monroe next August, 1 pr: for promoting a -m fur ToWanda, and had madi- all arrangements 1 estaVdishing of a motor bus line here. The big car, like the nru nany of the large cities, mrehased, and was beiti) j Binghai ' Ilf Nichols when his death C i ch; P., F. G. Birdsall; M. W., C. Florance; K. of R. S., \W. E, Frost; M. F., M. C. Ptmbleton; M, E., H. C. Nuxon; M. A., W. Hunter; Trustee,'3 yeais, Frank nter; Representative to Grand Ige, Frank E. Hunter; Alternate, S. McWhorter. Highland Mills Fire Company No. 1 enjoyed a “ Smoker\ and refre! ments nt their annual election of offi­ cers, which was held on Wednef evening last. At this meeting, K. Lynch was chosen Presitnan ; K. Enmes, Viee-Pre.sident; Charles Blake, Secretary: E. L. Fitch As­ sistant Secretary: Oliver Haywood. Treasurer; R. H. Thorn, Foreman; Harry Judson, As.sistant Foreman. Thirty-three of the members the company were present. nesday K. F. Mother ad been lased, and was being run from mitmi t.) Townridii by Gray’s Sweet Powders fm Children. Relieve Feverishness, Piad Stom- h, ’Teething Disor regulSte the Bowels ant remedy fur worms. Mothers for 22 years. They never fail. At all Druggists, 290. Sam- :md.-i FREE. Address, , Le Roy, N. Y. W IDE KNOW LEDGE. N. Kane, Attorney at Law. Monroe, N. Y., m Wednesdays of each week. arwick office No. 12. Local offlee, in Conklin Block. iVW»VWVVVVV»V***»*VW/WW»'aiVMlVMlWV«.VfcWV»IV11(V><WVWWi»IM-VWV»*V»iVV«» -«.v».vv».w-v-v»v-wV'»/iv«.v‘i'vv-vvt,».-wva-i.t.wv».-iv'Vv-»vvvv-»,vv-a.-t.vwv»,vv».-vvv.-vi.t/».vvTWV»''v»vW‘-''''iV aa-i-w-a-a-i-v-w We n -w-a-v-vv-vvvvievwawvva-v-vfc-v-iev-vv-vw -vv-vvv.-vi.v-v'v-v-vei- v-v-v-v-v-vw vxvv^vvwvv\avwvvwa.va.-vs.r-w-ai.-ai lephone, Warv “ T h e C o m e r S t o r e ” vvvvvv*vv%vtvv»A-vwkv«(VV'Vvvv»'V»»w«.»-vj.»9'vv-iiTvs,vv-.-i-Mi.wj.a-»-»-v»-».-«,-itv»-vv».»vavvvv vrv»v-v*vvvava'vv»-%w WATCH FOR GUI SPECIAL SALES I t^-vvvvvvvvvvv«vvi/vvvv-vvv-vv-vve%»>vt^tt ---- -..t.-n-n-a-ai.-i x-aa,-» w-i.»,».v-*.-va-t/M.-ii.ai«,\a-v»vva»vi/vv-ie».iio.vva\v-Mvtviivv-fcVVWa« telegraph c£ attention. B U S IN E S S J . D . Rake Monroe, N. Y. Professiona Taxidermist. High-class Taxi dermy work of all kind.s. Simon Nelson’s Dept. Stores Central Valley, N. Y., dealer ii. Furniture, Gi-nt s Furnishings. Crockery, Glassware, Etc. Wm. M. Van Duzer, Jr. House Mover, Roof Raiser. Esti­ mates promptly furnished. High­ land and Colonial ’Phone. Wush- ingtonville, N. Y'. J. T. Storms, Carpenter and Builder. Plans and I'stimates furnished. Monroe, Merchant Tailoring Suits, Overcoats and Tiouscrsl made to order; workmanship guaranteed. ' Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and Dyeing. Monroa Clothinr^ Sfoir, S. M. NELSON, Prop. Louis Schuster BAGGAGE BELIYEEY Transients given Prompt and Careful Attention. PRICES RIGHT. Office at Erie depot. MONROE. N. Y. I raKMi: IoruT. nuvNui. I ni . sty . Henry V Turner. .tuUa Tun * r, ltt«| wife. f]p<tr»;imin II Turt*e» ; i nriif r. Ther.-ii Tun vr. IVt. r i un .-r I ! Mary A Y' iuukh * llie Marriman Industrial Corporation General COMTMACTORS a n d BUILDERS, HARR1M.AN, N E W Y O R K Fine Landscape fori a Specialtj CONCRETE IN AL L ITS DESIGNS We operate the best Planing Mill in Orange County' , and it is right to Bnighamt-iri to await further an .assured fact, and with tin- dor--, many improvement- tu in- m.idi- at In the death uf Mr. Smith Tuwan c-im irg sea-iin, ttn-ie w ill in has be busy times i-itizi-n of and esteemed liy u hn'-t of warm his sud-ien and untimely demi.se. ■'friends wlm will n-gret g up and a ll, his sud-ien and untimely d of Miinr-ie! Resnii-H his widiiw who was Mr.s. The holiday numbers uf the many' hor.se papers are showing up and a ll, have a good word to say and Go.shen. Simply becauM- tln-y ' Barbur.i. wi-low-if Warren M. Smith The officers of this bunk, ilealing every day with eonstimtly in touch with eunditiims ul every trade and imlustry. Thus they best acijuire an expert judgment of nier- as highly rcgar-1- and marki-t.s. David Booth, J “ w'”'-1 ‘ WnjH Ti.irufgo! .Iuhf4 l-ni’ nu•^ J ---- -- - - - ------- ---------------------- ! niclHiril U'lc (Ut'l Aiif' U*\' E. E. Thompson, ' -------- Funeral Directnr and Embalmer. - ,,rVi', Harriman, All e.dls priimptly atti-ndi-.i day or Teb-phol i -fiin-rital ■..niel.iii.l »*- III HII- ti'-b -111 1 n - ..-r iiitlilii t.vi'-i tj -I'lj-I at! r t).--m-rOi- nf tM« «||I N, Talmadge, nr enntrai-t. Estimates fui Monrei*. N. Y. 1 intimate kiinwU-ilge of values I hing else. | nf Men) purses, it will draw the be.st nf the i Rnchestei-, N. H., can’t say anything else. |nf Munrne, N. he is survived by Vith thnusand dnllar purses, at two children, Run-lnlph X. Smith of Miss Miblred p horses nut racing next year. , -Smith at Imme. Om- brother, W. ter, who is H. Smith, of the linn nf Bnntli test stock farm in Brothers, and two sisters, Mrs, Gen. Roy Miller of Chester, trainer of the great this country today. bright prospet Young Sweet 2,f»6J, out of ; record mare. h his peopl of tin- Horton nf Ghent, and Mi ts of next year in Mills of North Towanda, also sur- Marie, by Bing-n, vive. he one time world- ' Arrangements for the funeral have Sweet Marie, 2.0J. not been completeii as yet.- Towanda -nding the iiolidays Daily Review, Dec. 3\. Freiiui-iitly We are able to put our cuntoniei'.s in po.s.session of facts that bring them profit or save them loss. Monroe National Bank COLB WEITBES WEAR D. F. Mack, Auction, t-r und Real Estate Broker furnii. hike fronts, village .site.s und residences for sale, und fun.ished houses to let. Mon-! roe, N, Y. Edson S. Miller, Auctiiiiiei-r. Auctions conducted of Orange County, ills. N. Y. l.LW —O' I . S.IITII .Vtt--ri e, f,,r I l;0»ill|Tj, om-c 111 -1 !■. O v-l lr. r.s Secolel stivpt. Nt N- To til*' nh.*v*> iinnii‘1 T hf - m-r niji! t»i t!i»* •I» ieu*IantB Fritnk 't urner nu*! nl uotii-i- t«i tli. j.lnij.- MfFrt i-nt lvM‘*wu nii*l ’.vla> nr*' tl.*-* »-v tf o ttrUrli.tiH uf-T'-hfi ntijU-ii-F l».u- Iti.-fi siLh'M .\nn U'**-.— ' ! J he )Uc1 H.jMi’* Til. iifnl «i FuriTlB rnniHH | 8cr\*-»I >o»j I»v itl‘i« jut :»iit •»» nil «»I H»>« t Mtliiir-* i \in K. lh < in any intrt Highiund Mi .spending t le at Chesti DEIUiY. They Always Help Elderly People. The Secret Terror. The haunting fear of sieknesH and helple-i.sness is the secret terror of the working man. Health capital. Kidney disea.sea man’s strength and vitality. lessen his earning capacity. Foley Kidney Pills bring back health and strength by healing the disease. They are the best medicine made for kidney and bladder troubles. The are in the yellow package, any substitute. \V. H. Foley Kidney Pills give ju s t help iM e r lj pi igile neeii til tone i-n their kill Masters. 8tt< ator, III., itality 'Fhey aacity. Foley disease. lany years John Me an I have dey Kidney JAMES cyWEIKLEJOHN FLORIST Wickham c/4ve, i®. North St. Middletow The Very Highest Grade jf Cut r Flowers and Workmanchip for \V. F. BRUSH. AUCTIONEER Furniture and Household Goods at AUCTION! SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2Sth l0;iHi o’clock A. M. at Tuxedn Park Village. Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, who for the irn has conducted a board- hou.-ieou.-e- at Tuxedouxedo Parkark Vill:llage, past three years ing h at T P Vi discontinue busineus and sell her fur­ nishings and household goods at public auction as follows : New York ;{4 single white enameled beds, with >hone 496 L cTMiddlctown mattresM-s. Um'and W ^ r k l n ^ ^ f S 1\ 'v^h apHngS Occasions. Funeral Flowers a Spe^ f'..-r - - c • iflitr iW* 13 large white ehiffonn-r.s, with mirrors c- 'Jt.r.,,!.. TTr.^.r,r,l,,r --Tl-Tnnroe - /trent attached, Etc. LutlCh Ot Nootl. Every Order an Adv.-My Motto, 61 2tea ELIZABETH LEWIS. Rubbers, Arctics, Felt and High Top Shoes, Sheep Lin­ ed Coats or Vests, E xt r a H e a v y Pants and Work­ ing Coats, Gloves and Mittens for all Special Value in Suits and Coats S. M. NELSON i H. E. Smith, ^ Painter and Paper for Alfred Peat Monroe, N. Y. I,1.1||H|H8IT1.-.I III-.CI ><el Itv I-iHlrUI-i' II.'-I. Blit •»» nil t>rd»*r of H»>« t K ii . h *- * nf tJa* ,IuHt fUH I'f ti e i #i»,rt »i( tL** • f«; f. Ilf N‘i*w \«'rk 'Liftil th*' .Mil •i;i\ Iiri i iiil i r i *i:‘ tUrd with tli»‘ Im-ut il ••.I'lijdah.t li uflln* Ilf tlii‘I Jerk *'f *h • < .iijl.tv • f u n i K* shell. .V. V .nt, tli.* B h d \ »d ih'it iuL« 1. UaU'd. ivpembur hth. I.n2 (’ S mith , Attt*rii'’> fi*r riHlntifT^. nUh'e and V f) AdJr*-; r.H N.-^vf.iirgh. N. Y. HUB-MARK RUBBERS This Hub-Mark is your Value-Mark on Rubbers Wear Hub-Mark Rubbers this winter. They cost no more than any first-class rubber. If your dealer can’t supply you write us. Boston Rubber Shoe Co., Malden, Mast. mger. Agent Wall Paper. IW. M. Gildersleeve & Co. | Real Estate and Insurance. Fur- j nished and unfurnished properties i j for sale und to let. Central Val-1 ; ley, N. Y. j , ---------------------------------------_ _ _ _ _ _ |E. H. Seaman, Real Estate and Insurance; Notary Public. Office over Paddleford & Co.'s Store, Monroe, N. Y. S. B. Stanaback, Practical Painter, Grainer and ] per Hanger. Agent for Thiba'’t’s and Potter’s papers. Estimates furnished. Work by day or con­ tract. M.aterial furnished if de­ sired. Monroe. N. Y. Annual Election Notice. MONROE f O l E B i r n t t f l E Y C O l f f i Makes Kideoya and Bladdai* fllaht December 4 . iui 2 C.yiU’nNTEIl. Preslilent. IVIEAINT! For E v e r y o n e to R e a d . Don’t Miss Our Advertisement in This Paper Next Week. LOOK FOR IT! - READ IT! It Will interest YOU. It will tell you about Our Fourth Annual Anuiversary Sale I Which will take place early In January- It will be chocKful of bargain news. L O O K F O R I T ! J. V. DEMEREST DRY GOODS CO. 44-46 North Street Middletown, N. Y.

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